Jamil Razmak

Jamil Razmak
Al Ain University · College of Business

Ph.D. Business Technology Management

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Introduction
Jamil pursued his MBA and PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies of Business Technology Management at Laurentian University in Canada. Taking a Ph.D. in an interdisciplinary program has been good for him since he utilized the benefits of branching out his interests to other peripheral domains. He teaches several courses including innovation and entrepreneurship, strategic management and leadership, while he drowns himself publishing in high ranked journals.

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Publications (30)
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Purpose Determining the skills required for salespersons to maximize their effectiveness was the main driver for conducting the present study. In order to identify those necessary skills, this study aims to review various research techniques drawn from multiple disciplines and applied that knowledge to salespersons. Design/methodology/approach Thi...
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Purpose This paper proposes a Web-based patient portal based on the electronic medical record. Such a portal can allow patients to manage their own health care, reduce health-care visits and significantly improve the quality of their health care. Design/methodology/approach A patient portal prototype and an accompanying online survey were distribu...
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Purpose: Using a human-computer interaction (HCI) approach, the present study proposes a new e-learning interface with interactional features for use by students with varying visual and hearing needs. Materials and method: Prototypes of these new features have been presented through several screens, including an interaction panel that allows for Bu...
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Online sexual activities (OSA) are any sexual behaviours done using the Internet and are divided into non-arousal, partnered-arousal, and solitary-arousal activities. The means of accessing the Internet have extended past the traditional home computer and the rapid evolution of personal digital devices has led to a lag in the measurement of OSA. Th...
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What relationships exist between Mexican students and their professors? This paper compares student expectations with their experiences. This comparison is done by analyzing which elements of personality, teaching style and learning environment are valued by Mexican students in the course of their formal university education. The study was conducte...
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In assessing the benefits of using e-health systems, the main goal of this study is to evaluate the real use of the clinical decision support system (CDSS) between 2007 and 2014 in Canada’s healthcare sector. The quantitative method was based on data collected by the National Physician Survey in Canada. Results indicate that 63.8% of healthcare pro...
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Background and Purpose: After investing billions of dollars in an integrated Electronic Medical Records (physicians) and Personal Health Records (patients) system to allow both parties to manage and communicate through e-health innovative technologies, Canada is still making slow adoption progress. In an attempt to bridge the human and technologica...
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Purpose To statistically measure (quantify) how a sample of Canadians perceives the usability of electronic personal health records (PHRs); in the process, to increase Canadian patients’ awareness of PHRs and improve physicians’ confidence in their patients’ ability to manage their own health information through PHRs. Design/methodology/approach...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to document the need for implementing a fall prevention strategy in an emergency department (ED). The paper also spells out the research process that led to approving an assessment tool for use in hospital outpatient services. Design/methodology/approach The fall risk assessment tool was based on the Morse Fa...
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Effective internal communication is crucial for organisations' success as it affects the ability of strategic managers to engage employees and achieve objectives. At the end of year 2013, over 90% of Fortune 500 companies had partially or fully implemented an enterprise social network within their organisation (Fee, 2013). As the knowledge shared o...
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Focusing on the patient-physician electronic relationship, this empirical study was conducted to explore certain personal traits and psychological factors that can influence behavioural attitude toward adopting a patient portal. Statistical tests were used to compare the answers of physicians and patients and to test patients’ dispositions toward t...
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In today's world, many modern health facilities have started using e-health with the aim of improving health services by managing its costs, patient waiting time, and other services. Nevertheless, there are numerous studies exploring the barriers to e-health adoption. Concentrating on innovation in the healthcare industry, the present study explore...
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The main objective of this study was to compare IT indicators of e-health usage by physicians and patients in Ontario, Canada. The research sought to assess the physicians’ and patients’ use of certain technologies and to predict their capability to adapt tools for e-health communication systems in the future. Four indicators were used to determine...
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The present study concentrated on one of the components of e-health: the electronic health communication between physicians and patients through a system called personal health records (PHR) viewed from end-users perspectives. Secondary data were borrowed from the National Physician Survey (NPS) and used as indicators to set up the study objective...
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The advances in interdisciplinary studies are driving universities to utilize their available resources to efficiently enable development processes and provide increasing examples of research while gradually allocating the disciplines’ resources. Ultimately, this trend asks universities to provide a platform of integrated disciplines, along with so...
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The aim of this paper is to highlight the role of the Decision Support System within the field of multi-criteria decision aid (MCDA). The MCDA tools have been incorporated into systems to create Multi-Criteria Decision Support Systems (MCDSSs). In our literature review, we noticed that more than 100 papers have been written over a 20-year period in...
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The Decision Support Systems (DSS) were widely applied to the field of Multi-Criteria Decision Aid (MCDA). In fact, the most popular MCDA aggregating procedures are those supported by a DSS. Our literature review reveals that the MultiCriteria Decision Support Systems(MCDSS) have applied in several fields such as : Production and Operation Manageme...

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